Happy Reading – It’s Friday!

Featured authors are unique for the normal manuscript development process with 10 Day Book Club. They are sharing published work through the book club format. Dax Tucker is the first author to go through the process. For Dax’s participation he gains recognition through 10dbc’s social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter) and through book marketing sites aligned with the process. By participating for free, Dax touches 500,000 people through LinkedIn alone. Dax agreed to offer his book to readers for the month of November but the return is so much greater than missing a few sales. Some authors won’t consider this option but when you look at the big picture it’s not any different than a reader lending a book to a friend. And, the more people that talk about the book the better, right? More about Dax Tucker: The Leaf Catcher, published in June 2011 is the first volume of a planned trilogy, The Traveling Box Trilogy.
The book begins with a challenge: Can you go just one day without thinking a negative thought? Read and comment for Dax throughout the month of November – http://www.10daybookclub.com/theleafcatcher/ Let’s help Dax get his custom URL for his Facebook Page – he needs at least five more ‘likes.’ Here is the direct link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Leaf-Catcher/105951846162574

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About 3day Editing Groups

A writer submits three chapters, up to 35 pages, of a manuscript into a group with editors for three days at no cost. The editors assess the writer's work and give their feedback in an interactive online format. There is a ten day option available where a writer participates with one editor in an interactive online format.
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